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LivingHealthMr. Easton's Guardian Angels

Mr. Easton’s Guardian Angels

Mr. Easton and his Angels
Mr. Easton and his Angels

Thanksgiving seemed to be the perfect time to announce our two newest Guardian Angels.  Every year for the last seven years a man came with a donation and story about of his Audrey.  He tells how brave she was, how sick she was and about the incredible care she was given here, about how she died. There were two women he remembers most from that time, it’s likely he’ll never forget them.  This year, he sat down and told them just how much he appreciated what they did for Audrey.  This year, they know that they have been his Guardian Angels all this time…



When the name Dr.  Heather Ambramenko is mentioned, the words dedicated, amazing, fantastic and wonderful are sure to follow.  It is no surprise to her co-workers that seven years after his wife’s passing, Lionel Easton still sings Dr. Ambramenko’s praises and presented her with a Guardian Angel pin for the care, guidance and support she offered the Easton’s during his Audrey’s illness.

Heather has been a valued member of the AGH-FVM since 1988.


Just talking to her makes you feel healed” said Lionel Easton.  Harriet is a person who stands out in the memory of Lionel as a compassionate, caring person who gave his very sick wife comfort in the Emergency room over 7 years ago.  So much so that he surprised her with an Angel Pin to say thank you and to let her know that he still remembers what a difference she made that day.

Harriet has been a valued member of the AGH-FVM family since September 23, 1991.





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